Fokker Aircraft

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Fokker F.2 Fokker F.2

1919

The first commercial design by Reinhold Platz was the Fokker F.I, a parasol monoplane with ...

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Fokker C.II "America"

1920

Fokker C.II "America"

Fokker F.3 Fokker F.3

1921

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A cantilever parasol monoplane with a plywood-skinned wooden wing and a steel-tube fuselage, the D X single-seat ...

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Fokker D X

1921

Fokker D X

Fokker D IX (PW-6) Fokker D IX (PW-6)

1921

The ultimate development of the basic D VII single-seat fighter biplane, the D IX was flown ...

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Evolved from design work undertaken in Germany during the closing stages of World War I, the ...

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Fokker F.6 (PW-5)

1921

Fokker F.6 (PW-5)

Fokker D XI (PW-7) Fokker D XI (PW-7)

1923

Flown as a prototype on 5 May 1923, the D XI single-seat fighter was of sesquiplane ...

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Developed from the successful Fokker F.VII, five of which were built in 1924-25, the Fokker ...

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Fokker F.7

1924

Fokker F.7

Fokker D XIII Fokker D XIII

1924

The D XIII was essentially a re-engined and more powerful variant of the D XI developed ...

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The evaluation of three modified D XI fighters by the US Army Air Service prompted the ...

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Fokker D XII

1924

Fokker D XII

Fokker D XIV Fokker D XIV

1925

A semi-cantilever low-wing single-seat fighter monoplane originally intended for the 400hp Bristol Jupiter radial, the D XIV ...

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Fokker F.XI Universal / Super Universal

1925

Fokker F.XI Universal / Super Universal

Fokker T.IV Fokker T.IV

1927

One of the ugliest Fokker designs, the Fokker T.IVA twin-engined torpedo-bomber/ reconnaissance floatplane was a ...

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Designed to meet a KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines) requirement for a larger aircraft than the ...

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Fokker F.8

1927

Fokker F.8

Fokker D XVI Fokker D XVI

1929

Designed to meet a Netherlands LVA (Luchtvaartafdeling) requirement for a successor to the World War I ...

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The Fokker F.XIV of 1929 was built at the New Jersey factory as a seven/nine-passenger ...

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Fokker F.14

1929

Fokker F.14

Fokker F.32 Fokker F.32

1929


Another development of the F.VII/3m, but smaller than the F.IX, the Fokker F.XII prototype made ...

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Fokker F.12

1930

Fokker F.12

Fokker D XVII Fokker D XVII

1932

Essentially a progressive development of the D XVI with a Curtiss V-1570 Conqueror engine, the D ...

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A developed and enlarged version of the F.XII, the Fokker F.XVIII retained the same basic ...

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Fokker F.18

1932

Fokker F.18

Fokker F.20 Fokker F.20

1933

The Fokker F.XX 12-passenger transport had an elliptical-section fuselage instead of the rectangular form of ...

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The sole Fokker F.XXXVI made its first flight on 22 June 1934. Largest of the Fokker ...

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Fokker F.36

1934

Fokker F.36

Fokker F.22 Fokker F.22

1935

The F.XXII closely resembled the F.XXXVI but was somewhat smaller, accommodating 22 passengers. The ...

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Designed by a team led by Dr-Ir Erich Schatzki and retaining traditional Fokker-type mixed construction, the D ...

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Fokker D XXI

1936

Fokker D XXI

Fokker T.5 Fokker T.5

1937

The Netherlands possessed only one type of medium bomber when the Germans attacked on 10 ...

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In November 1936 the prototype Fokker G.I heavy fighter caused a sensation when exhibited at ...

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Fokker G I

1937

Fokker G I

Fokker S.IX Fokker S.IX

1937

Designed as a replacement for the S.IV basic trainer, the Fokker S.IX was suitable also ...

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Designed to Netherlands naval air service specifications for a torpedo-bomber/reconnaissance aircraft suitable for home and ...

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Fokker T.8-W

1939

Fokker T.8-W

Fokker D.XXIII Fokker D.XXIII

1939

The D XXIII single-seat fighter was unusual in employing a fore-and-aft tandem engine arrangement, the prototype being ...

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Fokker F.25 Promoter

1946

Fokker F.25 Promoter

Fokker S.14 Mach-Trainer Fokker S.14 Mach-Trainer

1951

The Fokker S.14 Mach-Trainer secured its place in aviation history by being the first Fokker-designed jet ...

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Fokker had produced some excellent airliners during the 'between wars' years, and with the end ...

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Fokker F.27 Friendship

1955

Fokker F.27 Friendship

Fokker F.28 Fellowship Fokker F.28 Fellowship

1969

Fokker's experience with the F27 showed a requirement for a higher-performance airliner of slightly greater ...

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During celebrations held in November 1983 to mark the 25th anniversary of the F27 entering ...

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Fokker 50

1985

Fokker 50

Fokker 100 Fokker 100

1986

When Fokker announced a successor to the F27 in November 1983, they also launched a ...

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